Camping in kent and sussex
Buckhurst camping is open from the beginning of February until the end of October.
All bookings and reservations can still be made via email or telephone during this time.
With a plethora of adventure parks, nature reserves, beautiful parks and gardens, there is something for all the family to enjoy.
Exciting finds at the Eartham Pit at Boxgrove show that the area has some of the earliest hominid remains in Europe, dating back some 500,000 years.
Rich in remains throughout human history, Sussex is also home to Bronze Age barrows and one of Britain’s largest hill forts, Cissbury Ring.
Beech Estate Woodland Campsite offers both camping in East Sussex with our forrest tent pitches, faraway tent pitches and woodland meadow, as well as our fully equipped 'wild Sussex glamping' bell tents, within the private 2000-acre Beech Estate.
The scenic forest campsite is a 20 acre section nestled on the edge of it's own private 600-acre woodland.